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Excellence In Theory 1

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Composer Nowlin/Pearson
Publisher Neil A Kjos Music Co
Catalog # L61

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Excellence In Theory 1 Composed by Nowlin/Pearson. For Method. Published by Neil A Kjos Music Co. (Catalog # L61, UPC: 9780849705229)

The Theory section of Excellence in Theory, Book One concentrates on learning the basic language of music that helps develop well-rounded musicians. Lesson & Assignment pages introduce staves, treble and bass clef. Time signatures, and simple rhythms. Melodic elements are presented in accidentals, enharmonics, and whole and half steps, as well as tetrachords and major scales. Each lesson is carefully reinforced through Review pages. Ear Training pages are incorporated throughout the book, providing the listening tools and opportunities needed to put recently learned theory into practice. Listening examples and exercises accompany each of these pages, and are accessible for free to students and teachers through the Kjos Multimedia Library at The History section of Book One broadens students understanding of music by providing the historical context during each of the musical eras-from the Middle Ages through the 20th century-using text and full color images. Each reading assignment is followed by an assessment page with a timeline to help strengthen the learning process.

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